ia Rowan and
k'v,. '. .r. i '..nt.rt rh is.UOW
A extra session.
inc ucvr wiuwur,- fVMcr uiu u.c axjuJiuUH UJitf WJSWS. 'fiio nations of Earone racoimizc
f . . - - I . ----- u 1--
now complete. - . . , ;,r . justice of Ibc Income Tax.
. . ' . . . , . ,L!. - 1 m. . - " I -1 -'J '. . .
uotton Drought y cents iu mis ma w nai is worn pnmone Jhe Descen Business- is ouu t nd Iull erne the
iast Tuesday . J ' dajlt of the Signers of the Deela-v election. EvervLodv ia- settled down to
- ' I ' 1 - . - - I . ' '
M i,a K-paW institule. located atGrcensl rauon -oi lnaepejadence.- F rllbuiucss. - itii:
noro, lias uieciuxer -Mem. - ; i -v., u- wm, ,my ,ioj: ThelRev. J. li. MeAlnine will tender
Mr. Valentine Matiney. of MMedgeimB"0 pastor of the Presby,;
vJle, isiu lowujhis week. ::-KAV-. I .T .; ." - . 1 terian church jit this ulac jext Sabbath-
' v ; v i4': i Thieves "have ommiiteA4 Hi wind,! vv learu.
1 lie exnress . room at ucuoi is 101 - .v. - ,
. -. v. . . ---'. iRamnaiorn amnncr tli
removed and placed Dae it about nity leoi 1 1 0 v'
from where it now stauds." 1 I
The friends of Mr, J, J. Adams are urg-
lnir Jus j-l:iiiiid Hip ih iiiKim.i.iak;.,
Olds id nuitA ill -lint tli I rlhllliA fl ivu ll I . . : -
is believed he will spun be well again.
Our farmers are sowing an unusual
unount of wUeat. Cotton picking is o
ver aud most of the cotton has beeii sold.
whs assistant postmaster uu
der the late Gen. Yuun-, and ' made j.
Somebody claim s to have figures tt f mosu efficient olficer.
e e now stand
. r a o 1 Cw-
CiSni" lol; leaver 2G.
Turkey, partridges and dressed rab
. ... . Ilv no uieaiis JCurce commodity
In England H viekl about $60,000,000
tiiuuall:in Ausina.SI2.0(X) jlXKh 111 Italy.
o,wu,uuu, in rrussi;t, $uu,uuu,uuu. :
Grand -Masier .Gu-ler hua apriointed
J. Ilosenlhal, of Italeigh, : grand secrt-
ary of i lie gimid. Lodge of .Masons t-
.1 1 o
MouuUan wagou wv- - -
e on tlie iuucrs. '
-Mr Kugenc Juhason, furmcrl yof thi,
..f;;w fVi..i; t-re j:hu week.
IIJ .-, - . . l . . t .l .- . 4
- Superior CuUrt 1 I .1-11 1 I bile all our paper money is madt
i) ...i i4 nreuiiu!i i j ..-o........ i tm.. u m . i : ...:n .... .r.
U j w . . I j'. ii- u.uiuuu, in mill U'UVC 111
' McCabe and Young's miuistrels will J most certain means that Ciiu be ueu I "weed Donald V, Bain, deceased.
os""'" mci uucj a iiuii, iu imsuii py.wni.vuciiui waii a ueiu oy UK i Gov. llo t rv..i.l f Sino f..l
nrarsday night. " ioor man's brow."-i?ae. WcUler. , . ,ie unknown ' person who burned tl.
As we go pres we hear that Mr. trai s Wm. Miller, wlio killed Jack Willont of C. Lu Suiathers, in Haywood
I alley, a .capital citizen near .New Lon-1 i Iredell on the 1st,, was convic:ed ci I CuUJlly recently.
,V";VT r- v - . ",u,uenu ir ueu CUI'. r -.Uouit thit The election being over, we l.ope: our
ui, ..vo iaj ...6uw Wcck, a..u beuienceu 10 be . hanged ii. readers will send us Uie strictly new
air. v. m. nam?, liom near uninp j', -uppeaieu 10 me fcupreim items from their icspectlve ; tovvu.-,bip
throve, has moved to tlmtity. ami will, ""ru . The township news column will be.a vul
we lear.i, engage in the mercantile bus Decatur, Ala , Nov. 17. During, thi uable feature of thc'imiii rin -iiib- -juture
a. .... .jv' ruiui i a v-j. , iam ftnFi tin i t-v.. .M i . ' i . . - .
i . i tviuuviuiio vucviuiiuu Jiisb ii ii ii t a sK v I as in luc past
mun. I . IT is ffratiXyinsr to know that benator I rocket epluded preinauirely and struck
ni.l ewspai e. s for sale at this office.
V Hon Uc S Overman, of this is one o!
,,eXccatorst- oi iuc .v - o
,f . fi!,.t x. Brown, tne geumi ivv.-.- uAiiBon nascnureiy recovemi irom m I jiiss jones, ai;eu 10 years in the left v-
L.t o?our - ue u.ii'wJr, tbe Herald, uiad J recent illness brought on by bis vigorous! piercing the eyeball and penetrating the
' trip to Dauviile,Va. ibis week. . J campaign. , " " 'J ' I urain, killing her iastantly.
Ne well.' biatiou is to have u valuabi.
w citizen in the person ol Dr. VV. W
I'luK-r. Dr. 1'harr has been living at Mai
. ..A i i. it. ...
am viceK. ue lias purchased a lot am;
.vill build right away at NewelPs. Capt
b. W. Ahreus, of this city, has the cot
racl for his house.
The merchants report that collections
his year are very satisfactory, and far
nf ... i.i .
-uiauui msi, year.. nn snort crop:-
md low price of cotton last year things
were rather blue, buttho farmers recu
rttnrfitf filled to their titmosi j
1 I Wit 1JA1 w " . . . 1.
Opacity wu" the Fiuoi b'utuitnre in in,
Uteat UW. Wright
l L Gi-oomeeditor of the Wes
i ter, Carolina Advoite made the Watch-
; u pl.HSA.il euit one day last wvc
" Gov, Holt has commisioued Col. S
,f..ii r-Ait: of Mofitautoir, -State ,Trcas-
urtr t AH the vicauey caused by tht
ideata.ofilf. DouaW Bail. .
Agt. J. Samuel McCubbins has settled
:he losses sustained by damage from th
'ire on Tuesdav night .-of last week.
That's quick businfs.'Sj sure. -
We notice, from the Herald that Mr
WVSmitfidcal'u ill, on the 1-t of January
n-;xt remove his stock of hardwa:e from
Salisbury to Concord.
McOabe and Young's celebrated mia-
reTs will shTw h-re to-night, Noveu
ier 24tb. Be .ure to come out for from
Mi I4 Bessie, daughter of Mr. J. Allen
Brwu,'wko has bcey aick from typuoiU ,vhat our exchanges say it is somelhii g l)erated this year, and are paying up
fever for several wvek-. i, wo are gW.d j?00if a-rrearsW making cash trades this
lo U-aru couvalescing. Mrs. Pophia Smith, of this city, died son
Dnocraiie joiuuoaiion,.. "ui"' I at her home in" east Liee street flionaa There n a new 'aspirant far the mint
r ur Sam Sm iU'S Je. tuie ami inauivo . nfuv 0f luia wet at 11 o'clock. feh Mr. L. Leou i
-t. ' . . ...i. a liv.K nn furl i. i :. trn. A. I . .
make this wee. - "v . jaiea iroiii consumpiioii. nn iuhciui i ciaims, ami no is i it
was j reached iy Kev. jlt. . ii. i-.eiin. aiessrs Taliaferro aud Harris. We can'i
The Presbyterians of this city will hdetaud what a man wants with ;
hvLl Tli inL-n rivinr earvicR in thftiiudii 'iit who has a newspaper. The onh
n iuiu .f their new'church. A collection 1 hiuS luul Harris needs is a saw mill
.... . .i t . ...
will be- taken p tor tne ueueut oi uu The Alhpa Mills received a lettei
la order that the composuors m 0,1, Home at Barium Springs. Wednesday fram Cape Coast. Africa, as
W. Burt & Co, have a new ad. in king for samples of its cloth. Trulv, th.
. .. I- J..IV1HB- Oil
Tlmrsdav.t.e Watchman w issued ow
educsdaa day ahead of time.
xV.ni- m iiiiuix. of tle Salisbury
typuoi.i'ec.. awuuutv lor iu-! fitilt Treasurer Donald W. Bain die-
at his home 111 Kaleign, eain sijiy evt
this week's Watchman. Bead it. It is
hut the naked truth lo say.tliat this firut
carries a well assorted stoek of good.-
of this county com- ning Nov loth, 1SU
-ed about 52 years
eliiiiug lalih .fr
in hud been cJdnnect
t .. n i' I 'luhi e.
k j . ---- - i- ; . . . .
.:. .1.. ..i. 'l uosiiav 01 He had leen 111
milieu Mm -. ' 1 1
... .i,'.,,,!,,,- himsclt in his ngftt ome lime: Mr.
J 1 'uu iL-iuiiUis v.iit liituriiU aUi wi,, the liea-ur department si i-ci
"By.eriy'sC a cl.
' Corn sUucWiugs '.are freu,net at thi
misu. VV hear, ol some lale V.
uveiH hai vested uy oui
com Uial nave
K ,,.Ui iaimers. . ' t
Tlic WATt iiMAN a wliolo
pur tor only one Uollar it' you
lbscriW uot'.M-o .tliti liit (r De
Wmlcr. . Na'parlyisia will bu;
Lust Saturday night about 8 o'clock
the alarm of lire wus given. If 'was a
bariuou the pn-.ui-es . of Mr. Alph Johu
sou, ou the Ltueoiutou road, aDoUt one
"uiilft' south of the city. The barn was
fonsuuicd with a lot of provrudei;lso
two laules and a cow were u rued to
dentil. ! ,
' Mr. EnS. ' Uminycutt from near Albe
marlc-Stanlv county, will move to.Sal.s
bury in a short lime, lie , has arranged
to put his children tov.vrkn the Salis
bury, cotton miilsi Mr. H. is a clever
man and a gooii farmer made -J2 bales
of cotton thisy ear and other products in
Rev. Dr. wll. Leith, pastor oft lu
M. E ChUrcli.Ss.uih.ol'this-citydireci-ed
his eluon last Suuday night. to thi-
Kiii-hts of Py tbias. There was an immense-
congregation preseitj no service
being lieldj in the other cbuichcs. The
Knights of this city compose a right
' large organization. - . . ... -v
The Western North- Carolina Meth-
odist . of Aslie ille. and the Advocate of
tilatesvi-lle have consolidated. Bev. P.
L. Groonie has purchased both of them
an I the eonso idated paper now apiears
as the Western Carolina Advocate. The
first copy has reached us. It is very neat
aud full ol good reading matter.
Tho Watchman fur a. whole
. year for only ono dollar if you
suhscrilx? bo to re the first of De-
Jcember.- No nartvism will be
r in it. " '
6lt7. He was not only a mcit'cl ollicei
Mit a high toned incorruptible gentle
iiia !i in all the relations of life. Tin
leatlis ot Ju!g- .leri luion ana I reasurei
iJain, so near together, is indeed a hcavx
Bev. Sam. Small, the distingutsheiv
Georgia lecturer. wUHcetuein MeroneyV
nall, this eiiy, next Friday night. Su!'.
... . . . 1 -.11 1
jeet: "I'l-'m liir it-ioin to l'uipit." au-
mi -ion 00 i ts. lUsei vi d seats 50 cU
Mr. Suia. needs no eulogy from us liit-
rcputatioti as an orator and lecturer 1-
well eslabli-hed, aud there js n dollbt
but that he will handle bis sulject with
ability and with mtt rest to hn hearers.
Go and lnar him. Mr. Small's visii
here is under the auspices of the Y. M
A p a's fame has gotten far from home.
This letter was mailed at Capo Coast
October 8th, left Liverpool November
j3id, left New ;York on the 11th aud ui-
rived here on Ihe'lGil .
Mr. Thomas McCorkle, while at work
it Asbury & Finger's yesterday, had s.
arge piece of timber to fall on. his fool .
Hashing it very painfully. He will W
onfined to hU house, for. some days
-ays Dr. MeManaway, whotitiended hiin
Miles; Orton, the circus man -whose
SJow cvhibiLed Uere -lahl September, hasl
got into it to-the tune of his clephaul.
It. was iiL Ciialaiiooga, Tenu. Orion bet
witii a man named Divine, staking his
elephant against Divine's one thousauu
duiUrs, tbai.liuii-isou wou.d no eieeieU.
B.viae won the bet, but it's au tlephaui
011 his hands to kuo.v what to do with
(ieti. Yasliiii-toirsit flt lal T.rc-tfc.
Jolin Gnen w(nl, who estublishet
himself in New York five years aft r
l he close of the KevolntioiT, mh tin
first American -wl.o ilistinctlv practicro
li e T -ss on of d ntal surr-ry. 11
.irn-il )uf. t ivor a set of teeth foi
General Wa-hington, in 179t), and au-
other het in.l7'J5. In a letter which
has been nreserved. the "Father of hi
Country" complains in a dignified way
I hut ins teeth hurt linn and do riot sat
isfactorilv erve the purpose for whici
; ht v were desiuued, ll is portraits o
.he neriol when he was constrained t
wear artificial teeth, show the bulging
lip and the protruding j tv-line, am!
givesjns t;.ce .an unnatural appearance
His plates were secured oy spiral spring
and thousih clumsv. ulv, irntatin
things ridiculous as compared evei
with such a denture as a poor washer
woman could now procti e for five dol
ars, they were then regarded as. a tri
umph, of the dental art. From "Mod
ern -Dentistry," in Deniorest's Family
iTaazfiie f(r December. -
The Povr of 31 usic.
In the congregation of St. Stephen V
church. -'Philadelphia, a few Snudays
ago, sasThe Beligious Telescope, w.t
a man, evidently a tramp. His face was
seamed by the lines brought by dissipa
tion, aud his manner was restless and
nervt'Us. His shabby clothes were iu
striking contrast -villi the handsome at
tire of those among whom ho sat.
When Dr. Wood, the blind organist,
touched.' the keys of his instrument ami
began to play a soft, sweet melody as a
voluntary, the man's eyes tilled with
tears, and ne biinca 11 is lace 111 ui
iiauds. During the singing of the verso
which immediately preceettedlhe litany
an iuvocation of the Savior lor pity- the
man became more unnerved and thos
around him could hear his short, quick
oreathinir and perceived that he was
Joliu Eaton, colored, of-Moeksville, N J-weeprug. But the climax wais. reached
w. en the olluiating clergyman begin to
read the coiumaiianieiils and the choir
sinr the responses. When DV M0U011-
- a buicher ol that place, familiarly
known as "John B.-ef," was aboi and
- killed by iheoliiceis 01 tne .ia Nov. ibui
K-ilou va? jeaious of his wile, una the
morning m question lie drew; a pi.-loi on
- and threateued Uie life ol George Hum
p lley. coiored. Hu uli.ireV sw ol u out a
4rf4ut for Ea.ou's aivesf. Eiloii ie
aiated ai d wu, 'tU 'down us auove iiai
m5dv KaWn, ii ifti...'-,vrrsa"ve1ry dau-
uel solemn iy
il 11 ii- tl y falhei
and ihy mother, ti nt thy days uny be
long iu the laml.'L etc., tne man Cwu-To.
roLr.ua hiiu-elf no longer, lie broke
out into sobs, and in -emotion died out
audio y, so tnat all around could hoai
Turn. tVoUiu to UikI 1 ifao-Ooiieso l
should uot be wbeie 1 am 1101!" Ht'
emotion touched tie piymai y jieopie n.
the vast congregation, who wondered
wnat s;ory waa .1. c.deu iu thi man's life
News was received here yesterday o
he death of Dr J. M. Craylon. of Buth
ordton, w hich occui redyesterdjty morn
ing at G o'clock from heart fail u re. De
vaseil was 63 years of age. and One o
he most prominent and influential ph
iicians in the county.
The democrats will have, upon tin
trganiz.it ion of the Senate, March 4lh
Uo. wiin 1 ne vice rrcsiaent, tortv-iwo
mem tiers as sigait?st thiily-nine re'pub.
deans', and eight Senators representing
farmers' alliance principles, and acting
Some extraordinary slumps took place
t the late election. David B. Hill'.
county in New York, went repubHcat
McKinley s Went democratic; Cleveland's
tld home went ugainst him aud Harri
son's home went against him. It would
appear th it re.it men are nolv heroes to
There's another "Richmond in the
lield." Mr. W. D. Alexander, of Croft,
is the latest aspirant for the miir.
What any man wants with a saw mill,
cotton gin, grist mill, canning factory
und-a mint, all at one time, is more than
we understand. Bro. Alexauder has, all
of them now but the mint.
Mr. Isaac N. Alexander, aged 85 years
died at his residencr on South Church
street yesterday morning about half past
10 o'clock, after several weeks' illness
Mr, Alexander had spent the greater part
f his life in Sharon, moving to the city
from there only-two or three mouths-
Sam Bracy, a white boy of 12 years,
was painfully hurt yesterduy by" a can
nou cracker going oil prematurely and
burning him in the face. Both eyes
were burned, aud his face will show
marks of the burning for some time. Dr
O. Donaghue gave him attention and re'
leived his suffering as much ns possible.
The friends of everybody else is urgin
Up to the present time about 45C0O
bales of cotton have been compressed at
press at the depot. This is less than for
the same last year, owing to the business
being divided between tho Charlotte
uress and the new press at Hamlet. Jl
the latter Jiad not been built the Char
lotie prints would have hil to run n'gli
aud dav. The hours now are from 6 at
in, to 9 or 10 o'clock at night.
There was a large and important tram-
action in" real estate yesterday, ."a big
deal," as real estsite agents would expres:
it. Judge W. P By ii u in sold his lot and
residence on East 'l'ade street to Mn
J.G.Hood, of Davidsou College. The
price paid wys $22 5o0. The p opeiiy is
ou the corner ot B and 1 rade streets oc
cuiivinir one-half of the block. It is a
oeauliful place and Mr. Hood is fort u
nate in securing it. -
HUiiTERSVILLE- N. V
E'. Watchman: Not wilh
standing this. is the home of the. editor of
Mecklenburg's part of the Watchman, I
The vestibule w as tak,en off die A. T
SiO, 11. B last Sunday v$;have,nolhing
aow to ride ori but thocaiinon ball limit-
el which arrives here from Taylorsville
it 12:25 P. M audfcaves' atf 5 p m for
. W. J. Rawsou, tax collector of the
.own sent in- bis resignation the other
lay aud gave as . his reasou that, In
bought taxation without representation
was uu-Constitutional. A number of Un
tax payers of ' ihe town were debarred
from voting in the late election.
' We hope our fanners will not let the
little rise in cotton market induce them
o plant the world in cotton, Remem
I '! villi will tirfjl nnrn n:ita what mul
sea-t - '
meat, and 7 cents., cotton turis out very
poor money to . buy provisions with. Il
has been suggested to us, by men in a
position toknow, that the lise in cotton
i-s a scheme to make future dealing more
1 milar with the farmers. The sharks
lo not want the Hutch bill passed. Sec
Vnd there will be no decent excuse for
the next Congress not s topping gain
Ming in the pr ducts bf the farm. The
arm els demand it and it is right that
Mr. R. Baxter Caldwell called at our
den and button holed us to the C. C. de.
p -t and showed us two South-down sheep
1 hat he was shipping , to J. X. Pratt, at
.Morven. The' each tipped the beam at
loO pounds each, and he gets $10 each
for them. If Mr. Cald well cytn raise sheep
in Mecklenburg worth $J0 each win
c-iu't other farmers do the same? And
y the way girls; Bro. Gald
dor! Some gool looking.
The oldest paper
in North Carolina.
Do you catch the point?
Well if vou do not, you will by reari
ng the following lines aud it wont
sting you either.
We are now rpceiviht the biircest
line of SAMPLE SHOES ever vet
shown, including almost evei v couceiv-
tble style and .quality. Also a -bur hu.
tTi? n v-
in 0 11011 ampi
in Shawls, Ilozierv, Glove Siisinders
XT m wit.
4ieciv lies and a Hioiisand dillcreiit ar
tides too numerous to mention.
Come to see us and we will do vou
.ood. Very Truly,
BURT'S Sample Shoe Store,
near Stand Pipe,
Salisbury, N. C
Is oro;an of the
ance in the 6th
and 7th Con
tricts. It is devoted
- to the itpbui Id-
Harness and Collars.
LEATHER AND SADDLERY
IX ALL ITS BILVXCflES.
CHARLOTTE, - - 10
Mention tne Watclimrm,
SALEM PEMALE ACADEMY.
. Cldost ?eaal3 Ccllega in tte.Scnth.
The 91ot Annual Session begius Septcnibtr
1st, 18U2. lUpister for last year 327. Spec'nd
icatures: TiiK DtVELorMEXT or Uealth.C'iiah
CTKii and lsTELiECT. IJiiildhigs throroup li y
reiuo klteJ. Fully" equiined Preparatory, tl
leghitc and. Tost. Graduate DqiRi indents, be
sides tirst class schools in Mrsic," Ar.T,' Las.
G CAGES, KLOeCTlOS, CovyEUCIAt Aj2o l.DtW
THIAL STIDIES. .
JUHN II. CLEWELL, riWipnK
W .H.& R.S. TUCKER & GO
RALEIGH, N. C.
A Ticket To The
Atlanta Journal, Atlanta Ga.
P and Oehrm HaMfa
v7 cured b.1 home wiU
jffiSaB.M.WOOT.T.F.Y m n
ta, Ga. Office 10 WtutehailSt.
B09T-TS A-K A ! !
'1 he Great
Stcfflacb, Um, Kiiiey aai Blooa
The Best and Mirest treatment on earth
for $1.0(). Sold only by
15 S. College St.
Charlotte, N. C.
' uojr People 111 the (JJhnreh.
There Ills never hieia tiiU'5 in ihe
iiistiury of 1 he church: when so much at-WMicit-iiV'has
been given to.tjieorganiz-i-i
111 and iticipiino if yoirng people t.
MOW. The Century jul clo tl. . has Wit
nessed a re.Vfliiiion 01 tl.e treatment of
. hiidren; but we are just : -begin i 11 : t
iistiiigiii-'h btm-i u children anJAonng
in ople and to order our rf.rU in t tic
.:n- of this urcnirniM n. We have lour
HiiOuh imltcdi'd voiihg by, aIio an
no lengt-r boy-, in our appeals to and
eff"r!s f-r. "the dear, cjiildreii."
oi; ptitions lo infant e a:atity,he
1.01. r- iiuenlitie:; when iipjdjed to youn):
1 II' L 1.
nen and. women, these icsciii vnc
leaton nt. We smile and' bow and
'adapt" ourselves to them. They laugh
it our folly. We wondrrat their waul
of respect. In fact they
more earliest than we know
Treat them as men and women; rec
iguize their developing seuse of s-lf re
lerf and responihilit v; t ease ,'uhipt-
uig" ourstlve-. to them as a class; meet
them fn onr own level; talk tot-hem m
1 straightforward, earnest, practial
wav:leich tlu'in the Gospel; emphasize
the ethics of t he Gospel; press upon
npotr them Christian tistitnouy; prepare
hem to be leaders and soldier i Hie
oming yi'AJf8, and the youpg life of the
ehurih .will respond to this appeal in
.1 way that 'will give joy 4ifld hope to
.11 lovers of Christ.- Hilltop J. 11.
Vinc-Mii in iew Y01 k Independent.
Ve are still. at our old stand
f.l I r .
111' Ol til 6 J qq- on Jiain street, where we have
a select stock of Watches, Clocks,
li X I Cl . . j 1 v 11 1 ,
ricuirui di in ier- -p ' ai s ne
Jewelry on hand at the lowest
ests of this sec-
Watch repairing a specialty.
AJ1 work gu ran teed 12 months
J. & H. HORAH,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,'
It has the
,.r vJtiy fi-ri rf 'Anr nt-Pl -J 1 rillNlVj
For Ladies w ho w ill1, leave ' home this
Summer, -wc have provided many goods
ami wares suirui.ie tor traveling or use
at Seaside or Mountain.
BLAZER SUITS SKIRTS AND BLA
ZEK, SHIRT WAISTS,
DRIVING AND RIDING GLOVES,
Waterproof 0 verg a rm exts, WaTc
ixg iioes, Trunks, Bags, Canvas
Telescopes, Grips, Etc.
OUT-OF -TOVIT ORDERS
receive the most careful intuition.
CASH with the order of $5 00 or
mor , we will deliver goods free (except
Furniture and Croekery) lo the nearest
express office or railroad station.
ff. H. &1 S. Teeter & Co., '
Raleigh, IJ . C.
Mention the V;it( hman lion jou wilte.
We are opeiln up the l.rcr"-t stwl: of fall goods
we evt-r CAi-'-K-d by tltiuhte, wliit.li we saii s. II au
lower prices limn ever lieiere. Just received fifty
pUves et jiaiii kO(h! lu tn t c perj ird. Two liua-
ureu pnveb 01 e:aiien. wi.fcii.ni.s an! lin-bs coUh,
flfty p eees .t;iniaiice,i:anum ' laiii.f!, ool fmu.
neisln while, red, gr.y ;uh niue.- Kln p..nt ool
blarikcns a, to $5. Hed Mek , iu. it a d ie. One
hundred tiozen .nen'ssl.i.l.-. a: d lr..wei i.-. ccofe;-Twei.ly-flv
pelees Table oil rimiis In liesl grade
:oc.y.iid. one huii'iied Uiiinn-l;;is Just m 3 J.
f.s cents each, silk uin relias sic. y--.ti.no $i.:o.
I'Ifly dozen men's X011 li canili'tia s;eks ;c a p;ilror
r. a duZcii. l.ndleh' Se; nih ss, nn ln.se, Oitlj.
I.')!-at inc. Oik; e.ts r l.:ilie-,' Corbel s it'e 4.sc, 75c. $1.
Five hundred ijien'.s and hi 'b li.it. ise 10 $1. F.liy
do Table loy lies '.'e. to fi.r.o 'lweitv eozeu la
dles' black sailor li:ttsworlti.'.'c. at lse.'fciton -n
wool kiilu i.Tii in h;in s iu .til colors Zep. jr
wor-ied In all eo ors. A Rreal b;.ryniii In fchoes lur
f ill trade. Fair and squ re dealing. 1 vi ryililny
marked m plat-, nuri s atid uie low prlc io all.
Mall orders lined promptly i.iid satfsfaellori kuit
Di.ed. oive ua a trial aril we win sae you
money. UAItl;ISO. & CO.
No. 30 S. Tryon St. ciiai nitte. S' C.
Cbildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoriai
e iiec-ssily of jTompi, final, elermil -v-'rr
fiion ; put responsibility upon them; Kj Ll I
list them in Christian sci vice; ! call
New York Racket :tore,
' .. '. 3 ll.-'V ;
l3e suro to call on mc'befoie
you buy your Dry. Goods, No
A Year, or
For Six Months.
tions, Hats, Calico,,
and other things h)? the Dry
Tremendous Slock of Fine and Medium Goods at POL'UL AIl IMilCES. '.Vot
Shoddy Trashy stuff you are liable to fi.i.l at some places, but. I lie kind tiia
makes you when ONCE-A-CUSTO M ! Ii-A L W A Y S-A'-C U ST( ) M k It. You
v. uld be astonished at tho fiae qu ilily of our 7.5 )-S 50 -10.00 SUITS
If you want a nice DRESS SUIT, as!; to s-e our 15.0 V black ''Clay Worsted"
in round and .square cornered sack ami hound and unbound, cutaways. Tlj3y
llival any you can buy for S2 ).'X). Wesliow. the. . ,
for the Price, andany Price from 25 ch up. WJ -)L! r OVU il I li ! o.iv.
Every Style HATS Evorv Styh-.
Fine Assortm;nt of TRUNKS and VALISES. -
Don't fail to examine my
handsome line of Shoes, all the
grades. I make a sjieciality of ,
Shoes and defy competition.
Farmers, Professional people
everybody invited to come
and see my Goods.
'-- N J. CARTER.
Main St. Salisbury, lSTt C, one door
qy$ Clothing p.,
; . . .. i - :
Cl(iliiers Hatters, and Ftirnishih-is'.
Nearly opposite Po-d. Office,
SAL'SBUJIY. N. C
ec but little in that ii-ei from this place below Pofctoffice.